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Image 14. Table Representation
This basic table doesn't have any borders, but the data appears in neatly lined rows and
columns. Borders and additional visual table properties are managed through CSS.
Note: Tables have a long web history. While originally conceived just to hold tab-
ular data, they were quickly misused for a much bigger task: serving as the found-
ation for complicated page layouts with features that were impossible before the
advent of CSS.
Our sample CV now has the following structure:
<!DOCTYPE html>
<meta charset=”utf-8”>
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